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>>> good morning. thanks for being with us. i'm marla tellez. >> and i'm jon kelley. we can tell you the bay area is bracing for a series of storms. first one will hit tomorrow morning. we have christina loren with the forecast and monty francis out in the field. let's start with christina. >> i want to start with a live picture of san rafael. we are holding off on the rain until tonight. the main event arrives tomorrow morning. this is what we are expecting. the first storm will hit between 4:00 a.m. and noon tomorrow. we are talking about gusty winds gusting from 50-to-60 miles per hour at times. the second storm arrives, we will not have much dry out time between storm one and two, which moves late thursday into friday. we get a third system as we wake up on saturday morning. that will bring more rain into sunday. what are we talking about? we stop the clock on the futurecast from the first storm over an eight-to-nine hour period with 1 inch of rain in santa rosa. our roads are not equipped with this rainfall. let's stop the clock again into friday. the second system is packin
we are on storm watch. >>> good morning. thanks for being with us. i'm marla tellez. >> i'm jon kelley. we have complete coverage of the storm hitting the bay area. we have mike inouye. he is watching the roadways. christina loren will have an extended forecast and delays at the airport. we start off with christie smith who is at the flooded underpass in fremont. she has a look at what is nothing short but a mess all morning. i hope you have your boots on. >> reporter: i do have my boots on. we have been at this since 3:15 this morning. i have to tell you, the rain hasn't stopped. there are trees down and flooding. i want to show you the underpass. the waterfall formed off the side of the hill. it was flooded maybe 20 minutes ago. one car had to be towed out. the driver told me the road closed sign had been moved. he said it was deeper than he thought. a larger truck made it through just fine. this is the kind of morning it's been with power knocked out to bay area bridges including the richmond san rafael bridge. there were trees toppled over because the ground is so saturated.
good morning to you. thanks for being with us. i'm marla tellez. >> and i'm jon kelley. good morning, everybody. >>> we begin with that developing story on the peninsula where that manhunt continues after a woman reportedly woke up to find a stranger right in her apartment bedroom. now, this incident taking place less than two miles from the stanford campus. nbc bay area's bob redell is at the scene right now in palo alto. he has the latest details. what are the police saying? >> reporter: good morning to you, jon. detectives with palo alto police tell us a man tried to sexually assault a woman as she slept inside her apartment here an hawthorne. and he was willing and able to force his way in through a door that was both locked and chained shut. a canine dog tracked his scent for a short time this morning but he managed to escape. one challenge is coming up with a detailed description. the woman doesn't know her attacker. it was dark inside her apartm t apartment. she tells police he was of an average build and wearing dark clothes. she woke to find him standing over her in
right now. >>> good morning. thank you very much for joining us. i'm jon kelley. >> i'm marla tellez. we begin this morning with the flooding in daly city where the clean up has begun. we have both nbc bay area's christie smith and bob redell redell with us. we start off with christie smith of the details and what happened. any clean up yet, christie? >> reporter: good morning. it has been a morning and a mess here in daly city. there are front loaders and vacuum trucks everywhere trying to deal with this mudslide. it started with a water pipe that broke off. i wanted to show you what it has done to the hillside this morning as a section came down bringing trees and debris right into the neighborhood. neighbors say it sounded like a storm. water rushing down the hillside along lusanne avenue carrying debris and trees trapping parked cars. it was just to the left of romero's home. >> i was not aware there was a tank up there. >> reporter: what do you think now that you know what happened? >> i'm guessing, you know, infrastructure might be getting old. >> reporter: the gap in the hillside
for being with us. i' i'm marla tellez. >> i'm jon kelley. union city police investigating a bizary hiizarre death. a young man stuffed in a trash can. we have bob redell with more. >> reporter: good morning, jon. we know the lady who lives in the home behind me on tenth street made the discovery sunday morning at 11:00. as she took out the trash, she noticed a bin that wasn't hers. she found a man slouched, feet at the bottom and head at the top. she recognized him at 21-year-old joshua perez. a family friend whom she watched grow up as a kid and sometimes stayed at her house. she and other family members tried to wake him. he was unresponsive, but still alive, but arrived at the hospital and later died. >> he was a good uncle and good brother to me. he was a good son. he didn't deserve to be put in a trash can. he's not garbage. >> reporter: that's joshua's older sister who is still trying to figure out what happened to her brother saturday night/sunday morning. union city police are not calling this a homicide yet. rather a suspicious death. investigators and family believe that joshua wa
with us. i'm marla tellez. >> and i'm jon kelley. good morning, everybody. we start things off with that wet weather sweeping through the bay area this morning. not a lot of the heavy stuff but it is causing some fly delays out there. >> we want to bring in meteorologist christina loren. how long is this wet weather going to stick around? >> a little bit longer. only in the south bay. san francisco's actually starting to clear. but we have hour and 15-minute delays out of sfo. make sure to check ahead with your carrier. the airports have been rough over the past couple of days with superstorm sandy. in our neck of the woods, definitely quieting down. the unsettled weather will continue for 24 more hours as the storm system pulls out. next we turn to the potential for very dense fog. and we have to get through very gusty winds later on today as the system pulls out. what to expect? showers will clear by midday. most of the activity has been trending from north to south. still about 58 degrees here in san jose. you're already in the 60s in the city where the sun is breaking throu
morning. thanks for being with us. i'm marla tellez. >> i'm jon kelley. we will have more on the cease-fire agreement coming up in a few moments. first, new out of the south bay. a deadly hit-and-run in east san jose has police at this hour searching for answers. according to police, a man was hit by two vehicles after 6:00 a.m. while crossing alum rock avenue. we have bob redell on the scene this morning. he has more details on what is happening out there. bob, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, jon. we spoken with a local neighborhood group who does not think this was a fluke. thinks this latest fatality here at alum rock avenue is a symptom of the problems on the road. they are not surprised a person has been hit and killed. this is the third pedestrian to be hit and killed in east san jose. the ninth person when you take into account the entire city of east san jose. the man, that is all we know, was jay walking after 6:00 this morning while it was still dark out and most likely raining. he was attempting to cross alum rock and was 75 feet away from the nearest crosswalk when
umbrellas. yeah, that's right. the rain moving in. christina loren will be along to let us know how wet the bay area will get and how long it should last. >>> also, from the election to the fiscal cliff, the president jumping right back into the deep end trying to get a bipartisan deal done before january. we'll tell you where things stand this morning. the news at 11:00 starts now. >>> good morning and thanks for being with us. i'm marla tellez. >> and i'm jon kelley. good morning, everybody. at this hour right now, dark clouds hovering all around the bay area and that rain starting to come down in what's been nothing short of a roller coaster weather this week. started out with record temperatures, then down to some 30 degrees lower and then some rain. >> it's hard to believe it's all in the same week, just two days ago, 92 degrees in gilroy. now talking about 50s and a lot of rain on the way to the bay area. let's get right to that radar and show you where the showers are concentrated right now. in sonoma and marin counties. down in the south bay, we'll have to wait until about 2:00
on tuesday's election. >>> get ready for a heat wave. christina loren will tell us where we can expect to see and feel record numbers. the news at 11:00 starts now. >>> good morning. thanks for being with us. i'm marla tellez. >> i'm jon kelley. we start this morning with breaking news out of san francisco. it has been nothing short of a nightmare commute for muni riders. trains back up and running in an half hour. all lines have been shutdown at west portal and embarcadero after reports of a body laying on the tracks. we have christie smith with the latest. >> reporter: good morning, and marla. this was a rough start to the morning commute. trains not running for three hours this morning. within the last 30 minutes, things turned around. about 160,000 commuters use the route each day and half were inconvenienced. emergency trucks lined market street this morning near the montgomery station and downstairs, muni metro riders were turned away. >> they said there was a medical emergency and take another route. >> reporter: what does that do to your morning? >> i have to take the bus. >> reporter
the backup, but you see the panoramic where it extends all the way from the flyover to emery. drivers tell us what it would normally take, you just double that time. if you're flying, you're going to say major delays, too. nothing like a storm to slow down the commute. bobby edwards felt lucky to make it to emeryville. where did you come from? >> it was terrible. traffic was terrible. >> reporter: how long did it take you? >> almost an hour to get here this morning. >> reporter: how long would that normally take? >> not even 25 or 30 minutes. >> reporter: and he hasn't made it to the bay bridge yet where high winds added to the delay. he says this is the busy season. >> we have a lot more calls. it's almost double the volume and most of it is all freeway and off-ramp situations. >> reporter: we tried to ask him more questions, but -- >> i don't know if i got one. >> reporter: back on the road. and san francisco international airport, well, the picture wasn't much better. >> we've seen about 16 cancellations thus far today. primarily on short-haul flights. this will help mitigate some of the d
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